My hay was made in the last hot sunny spell in late September! So now my Dartmoor ponies have fodder for the winter ahead, which I hope won't be so wet as the last one! Farmer Frank (one of the stars in the Rainbow book series) cut it, I turned it over several days and rowed it up for him to bale. I was also taking photos of the process for my new upcoming set of five Children's books called "On The Farm".
This week I have been distributing my Dartmoor 2021 calendars all over Dartmoor and the surrounding towns and villages, so if you live on or near Dartmoor you can pick one up, or if you would prefer I can send them out to you. Please click on this link.
Firstly I want to thank all of you who have supported my photographic work over the years. I have had enquiries from many of my faithful customers, asking about my 2021 Dartmoor Calendar and I am so pleased to say, despite all the difficulties we have all faced this year, my 2021 calendar, which is now at press now will be available early August.
I , Tracey Elliot-Reep born and grew up on a Dartmoor farmland. I have been taking photographs of Dartmoor for thirty years and my passion never wavering as I have photographed the 368 square miles of the National Park, including the ancient wooded valleys, the open moorland and the diverse range of historical monuments and wildlife.
This week I am giving you a little introduction to my children's book 'Thunder the Foal', who has now grown into a beautiful big stallion. Maybe not so big as he is a Dartmoor Pony! But beautiful, who in the true story in the book won a rosette at Widecombe Fair as a foal, and as a two year old was reserve champion at Chagford show! Click on this link to see the clip!